Looking at the winning match weights on that place it's fair to say it's not overstocked! I caught more than that this evening on a imitation dog biccy and fly rod
The Avon rod is a very versatile rod, and the JW avons can be picked up for reasonable money on , I have one myself, does me for floaters and also my Uk holiday rod.
Another piece of kit worth having is a pole. 100 quid will get get you an old Tricast that would have been hundreds in it's day. Still perfectly useable, and virtually unbrakable. When I go coarse, I only use a pole, and only use one bait- sloppy paste. A bit of a black art to get right, but when you have it sussed it will single out the bigger fish on any water. if I want to target tench on my local it's mussels and prawns on the bottom under a pole float.
Only downside of a pole is the accessories you need, ideally a box with adjustable legs and a means of fixing a support bar, and a roller, but these don't have to be expensive.
Don't get suckered into these online tackle shops that sell tat for buttons. Buy decent used gear, you get far more for your money in the long run.
If you fancy a pole and box and need some pointers of what goid or bad give me a shout, I am on box #4 and pole #7 I think by now, all bought used and all sold on for at least what I paid. Point is, if you buy right, and don't get on with it, it won't cost you anything.